Yngwie Malmsteen Announces New Album 'World On Fire'
He tells Seymour Duncan: "I spent two years working on it, touring, recording, touring, recording. And that's actually much better in a way. Back in the day I would write the songs then rehearse them with some musicians, then go and do a backing track and we'd record it, mix it, learn the songs to go play them on tour, then do it all again. That way isn't necessarily conducive to making the best music.
"So in a very backhanded way, this weird twist of fate in the music industry has actually made it a more inspiring environment. I can write anytime and record anytime. My recording studio is always open, 24 hours. I can just record when I want and it's a beautiful thing.
"The album is finished and it's been delivered to the label in Japan so I would expect it to be released in about two months from now." Read more here.
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